ReSToRE - Researching Social Theories, Resources, and Environment International Summer School
Thanks to all that attended the ReSToRE Summer School 2019. We are considering holding a second ReSToRE Summer School in the future and will add information here should this happen.
Highlights of the ReSToRE Summer School are available to view on the iCRAG YouTube Channel.
A selection of images from ReSToRE are on the iCRAG Flickr page.
Date: Monday 1 July – Friday 5 July 2019 (arrival Sunday, June 30/ departure Saturday, July 6)
Addressing key issues at the nexus of social science and Earth science
Our reliance on the Earth for water, energy, and minerals significantly affects climate change, economic prosperity, the environment, and human health and wellbeing.
There is an urgent need for a wider discussion on how we will resource present and future generations in a sustainable way.
This international Summer School will address key issues at the nexus of social science and Earth sciences:
Led by international scholars, practitioners, and stakeholders, participants will prepare discussion papers on emerging themes in this developing area of research.Students will be offered the opportunity to present the output of the summer school at the International Geological Congress in March 2020.
TALK LIVE STREAM
All ReSToRE summer school talks will be livestreamed here: https://buselrn.ucd.ie/livestream-q005/
Programme of talks and talk abstracts: ReSToRE talk live stream programme
REGISTRATION AND FEES
The registration fee for participating in this summer school is €350. This includes accommodation and catering costs, but excludes your travel expenses. After you have received an acceptance letter from us, we will send you link where you can register and pay the fee.
All ReSToRE blogs are available here.
Information on all confirmed speakers is available on the speakers page.
iCRAG is the Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences.
The International Union of Geological Sciences aims to promote development of the Earth sciences through the support of broad-based scientific studies relevant to the entire Earth system.
Geological Survey Ireland is the national earth science agency.
Under the patronage of UNESCO:
Teck is a diversified resource company, focused on providing products that are essential to building a better quality of life for people around the globe.
BHP is an Anglo-Australian multinational mining, metals and petroleum dual-listed public company headquartered inMelbourne, Australia.
Boliden AB is a Swedish mining and smelting company focusing on production of copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver.
Rio Tinto is a leading global mining group that focuses on finding, mining and processing the Earth's mineral resources.
The mission of the Irish Research Council is to enable and sustain a vibrant research community in Ireland by supporting excellent researchers in all disciplines from arts to zoology.
Financial support received from: